The fast pace of digital innovation means that organisations are collecting larger and more complex data sets than ever before. The data-driven organisation of today strives to extract maximum insights from their data to innovate at scale. Business leaders want to obtain the most value from their data to fuel growth but face challenges in the process of gathering, storing, and analysing their data.
Amazon Web Services commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to gain insights into how currently using data. Over 250 business leaders and managers across Australia and New Zealand were surveyed to better understand how businesses can use data strategically to drive innovation at scale.
During this 1 hour webinar, John O’Mahony Partner, Deloitte Access Economics and Cameron Price, Head of Data & Analytics, Asia Pacific & Japan at Amazon Web Services will provide invaluable insights to business leaders who want to modernise their business.
You will also hear from business leaders that participated in the study who will share how they use data to obtain a competitive advantage within their respective industries and sectors.
Date: Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Time: 11:00AM - 12:00PM AEST
Venue: Online webinar
|11:00 AM - 11:05 AM
||Introductions to speakers
|11:05 AM - 11:10 AM
||Why this study was commissioned
|11:10 AM - 11:20 AM
||Summary of the key insights and implications from the research
|11:20 AM - 11:30 AM
||Provide a snapshot of data maturity within Australia and New Zealand organisations
|11:30 AM - 11:45 AM
||Deep dive into how organisations can use data as a valuable strategic asset – hearing from business leaders about their experiences
|11:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Partner, Deloitte Access Economics
John O’Mahony is a Partner at Deloitte Access Economics, leading its technology and media practice, and is the lead-author of a new report with AWS about the value of data to business in Australia and New Zealand. John has served as a Senior Economic Adviser to two Prime Ministers of Australia, where among other things he helped develop the National Broadband Network policy and the government’s response to the global financial crisis. His econometric research has been published in the Economic Record and the Australian Economic Review and he is the co-author of two best-selling economics textbooks, now in their 20th editions.
Head of Data & Analytics, Asia Pacific & Japan at Amazon Web Services